JACKSON, Wyo. \u2014 Teton County Library youth services team, looking for ways to engage families during the library\u2019s coronavirus-preventative closure, has started a community bear hunt, inspired by the children\u2019s picture book "We\u2019re Going On a Bear Hunt" by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury. \u201cWe\u2019re asking people to place teddy bears in windows facing the streets,\u201d says Beth Holmes, Library youth services program coordinator. \u201cThen when families take walks or are driving around neighborhoods, their children can look for the bears\u2014hence the name \u201cbear hunt.\u201d Staying home is recommended by health officials encouraging people to do their part in preventing the spread of the virus. Those who must stay at home, especially families with children, can get a little stir crazy with not having many options for getting out of the house. Luckily the #JHBearHunt is a smart way to get out of the house while still avoiding contact with anyone who doesn't live in the same household. Community members are also encouraged to spread the word via social media by posting pictures of their own bears, and\/or the bears they spot, using the hashtags #JHBearHunt and #TetonCountyLibrary. According to Holmes, one neighborhood is way ahead on the program. \u201cWe\u2019ve heard that Rafter J has about 30 bears in windows so far!\u201d Families can view a video of Holmes describing the project, then reading We\u2019re Going On a Bear Hunt, on a library webpage devoted to online storytimes. They\u2019ll also find a growing number of videos of the youth services librarians performing storytimes on the page.